Military History and the Military Profession

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The list that follows is not intended to be exhaustive. Rather, it is a brief introductory guide to literature on the writing of military history and the relationship between military history and the military professions of selected Western nations.

Alger John I. The Quest for Victory: The History of the Principles of War. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Ball Col. Harry P., USA (Ret.). A Responsible Command: A History of the U.S. Army War College. Carlisle, PA: Alumni Association of U.S. Army War College, 1983.

Barnard Henry. Military Schools and Courses of Instruction in the Science and Art of War. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1969. reprint, 1972.

Barnett Correlli, Shelford Bidwell, Brian Bond, and John Terraine. Old Battles and New Defences: Can We Learn from Military History? London: Brassey's, 1986.

Beckett Ian. F. W., ed. The Roots of Counter-Insurgency: Armies and Guerrilla Warfare, 1900-1945. London: Blandford Press, 1988.

Bittner Lt. Col. Donald F., USMCR. Curriculum Evolution: Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 1920-1988. Washington, DC: History and Museums Division, HQMC, 1988.

Blumenson Martin, "Can Official History Be Honest History?" Military Affairs 25 (Winter 1963): 153-61.

-----. "Why Military History? To Analyse the Past, Discover the Present." Army 25 ( January 1975): 33-37.

Bond Brian. The Victorian Army and the Staff College, 1854-1914. London: Eyre Methuen, 1972.

-----. Liddell Hart: A Study of His Military Thought. London: Cassell, 1977.

-----, ed. The First World War and British Military History. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.

Chambers John Whiteclay, II. "The New Military History: Myth and Reality." [conference review essay]. Journal of Military History 55, no. 3 ( July 1991): 395- 406.

Charters David A. "From Palestine to Northern Ireland: British Adaptation to Low Intensity Operations." In David A. Charters and Maurice Tugwell, eds., Armiesin Low-Intensity Conflict: A Comparative Analysis

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Select Bibliography 229
  • Index 235
  • About the Contributors 241
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